An aspect of UBS which deserves a mention in this overview, is the mutually reinforcing interactions of each service on the others.
One example is Transport and Information that together enable “mobility services” which will likely be the most effective and efficient transport solution for many places in the future – without access to Information it would not be possible to deliver this kind of Transport.
Other examples abound, such as food and education, shelter and health, information and democracy.
These interactions and mutually reinforcing connections between the various UBS services mirror a rationale behind the original development of our health services, and public education: that there are public goods that accrue to all through the delivery of service to any one individual. There are benefits that accrue to other public services through the availability of another public service.